About the Book
The devil made me do it” is a phrase that will never pass my lips. Why would it when I have Delores, my undiagnosed autoimmune disorder, to make all my decisions for me? (Yes, I named her myself since the doctors couldn’t do it for me.) A get together with friends? Delores says no. I’ll have my prescheduled daily afternoon fever and fatigue at that time.
My two biggest regrets with having Delores direct my fate? One, my family thinks my illness is all in my head. And two, I set the love of my life, Peter Reynolds, free from my anchoring tether so he could fly. I never thought I’d see him again, but five years later he’s soaring in the limelight as one of the most talked-about defensive players in professional football. Oh, and did I mention he also happens to play for the team my boss just assigned me to as a social media manager?
Meanwhile, nothing much has changed for me. Delores still bosses me around, and I’m still hopelessly in love with Peter. What’s a girl to do?
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In My Opinion
While I can appreciate a light and fluffy read now and then, it’s those stories with substance that stick with me. And I know I can count on that with Sarah Monzon (even when she’s writing RomCom).
Amanda suffers her undiagnosed autoimmune disorder silently, putting on a front for others to hide her pain. She has good reason to do this, too. When her first (and only) love shows up in her life again, he’s quick to see beneath the façade and call her out.
Y’all, Peter is a swoon-worthy hero. He’s kind, persistent, and knows what he wants. And he wants Amanda in his life.
I thoroughly enjoyed hanging out with Peter and Amanda as well as catching up with the other SoCal sewing friends. And I have a feeling Monzon has saved the best for last with Betsy.
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